Actress Yvonne Nelson has expressed disappointment at the way the Airport police is handling an assault case she reported some weeks ago.
In September 2015, Elvis Eze, a Nigerian allegedly assaulted Yvonne Nelson for refusing him a hug at her colleague actress, Ingrid Alabi's birthday party.
According to an eye witness account, Elvis, chased Yvonne to her car and angrily pushed her head.
Speaking in an interview with Multi TV's 'Red Carpet Show', Yvonne said, Elvis is walking a free man and granting interviews when he should be facing justice.
“I have no idea, maybe you should go to the Airport Police Station and find out from them. It's a little shady, it's a little weird that they haven't arrested him. I mean, someone who is wanted is granting interviews, how is that possible,” she alleged.
She added that, “the police know where he lives, they know all the details so it's up to them, if they tell you they haven't done anything then blame them.”
When Hitz News contacted Felix Anyidoho, the Crime Officer in charge of the case at the Airport police station, he expressed surprise at Yvonne's disappointment.
"Disappointed in what sense? Why should she be disappointed?".
The Crime Officer said, Yvonne told him three weeks ago while she was assisting the police in investigations that the Elvis had travelled back to Nigeria.
“So she wants us to go to Nigeria and look for just an assault suspect, is it a murder? The information now is that, the guy is in town so we'll make the two of them come to meet commander and we'll see what we can do,” he added.